27 Brain Sections


27 Brain Sections

Maria Peris-Celda

Axial Sections

Fig. 27.1. Axial section I, inferior view. Thickness of the sections is 5 to 10 mm.
Fig. 27.2. Axial section II, inferior view.
Fig. 27.3. Axial section III, inferior view.
Fig. 27.4. Axial section IV, inferior view.
Fig. 27.5. Axial section V, inferior view.
Fig. 27.6. Axial section VI, inferior view.
Fig. 27.7. Axial section VII, inferior view.
Fig. 27.8. Axial section VIII, inferior view.
Fig. 27.9. Axial section IX, inferior view.
Fig. 27.10. Axial section X, inferior view.
Fig. 27.11. Axial section XI, inferior view.

Coronal Sections

Fig. 27.12. Coronal section I, anterior view. Thickness of the sections is 5 to 10 mm.
Fig. 27.13. Coronal section II, anterior view.
Fig. 27.14. Coronal section III, anterior view.
Fig. 27.15. Coronal section IV, anterior view.
Fig. 27.16. Coronal section V, anterior view.
Fig. 27.17. Coronal section VI, anterior view.
Fig. 27.18. Coronal section VI, enlarged view.
Fig. 27.19. Coronal section VII, anterior view.
Fig. 27.20. Coronal section VII, enlarged view.
Fig. 27.21. Coronal section VIII, anterior view.
Fig. 27.22. Coronal section VIII, enlarged view.
Fig. 27.23. Coronal section IX, anterior view.
Fig. 27.24. Coronal section IX, enlarged view.
Fig. 27.25. Coronal section X, anterior view.
Fig. 27.26. Coronal section XI, anterior view.
Fig. 27.27. Coronal section XII, anterior view.
Fig. 27.28. Coronal section XII, anterior view.
Fig. 27.29. Coronal section XIV, anterior view.
Fig. 27.30. Coronal section XV, anterior view.

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